What is fulfil?

  • (verb): Fulfil the requirements or expectations of.
    Synonyms: satisfy, fulfill, live up to
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on fulfil:

Gilgulim - Jewish Process of Gilgul in Kabbalah - Expression of Divine Compassion
... is reincarnated enough times only in order to fulfil each of the 613 Mitzvot ... among the Nations may be assisted through gilgulim to fulfil their Seven Laws of Noah ... has particular tasks that only they can fulfil ...
American And British English Spelling Differences - Doubled Consonants - Doubled in American English
... spelling difference include wil(l)ful, skil(l)ful, thral(l)dom, appal(l), fulfil(l), fulfil(l)ment, enrol(l)ment, instal(l)ment ... The British fulfil and American fulfill are never fullfill or fullfil ...
Jewish Eschatology - Reincarnation
... interpretation, each Jewish soul is reincarnated enough times only in order to fulfil each of the 613 Mitzvot ... The souls of the righteous among the Nations may be assisted through gilgulim to fulfil their Seven Laws of Noah ... each individual has particular tasks that only they can fulfil ...
World Assembly Of Muslim Youth - WAMY UK Aims
... Provide assistance to Muslim and non-Muslim organizations to fulfil these goals through training and cooperation ... Provide training and support to Muslim youth organizations in order to help them better fulfil their objectives ... to Muslim youth organizations in order to help them better fulfil their objectives ...
Atarashiki-mura - Ideals
... ideal is that all the world's people should fulfil their own destinies, and that the individuality residing in each one of them should be allowed to grow fully ... and thereby walk along a path where they are able to fulfil their duties equally, enjoy freedom, lead correct lives and fulfil their destinies (including ...

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Famous quotes containing the word fulfil:

    Parents ... are sometimes a bit of a disappointment to their children. They don’t fulfil the promise of their early years.
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    For us artists there waits the joyous compromise through art with all that wounded or defeated us in daily life; in this way, not to evade destiny, as the ordinary people try to do, but to fulfil it in its true potential—the imagination.
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